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Warriors troll Josh Duhamel by playing Fergie's national anthem remix

Last night Golden State Warriors effortlessly beat New York Knicks in a game that featured a 41-point performance by Kevin Durant while Stephen Curry added 29 points for the visiting team.

The game itself was a one-sided affair, however, things got interesting after, when Warriors celebrated their victory to a remixed version of Fergie’s 2018 All-Star performance. Warriors squad showed full support for their teammate Draymond Green who was called upon of being "unpolite" by Josh Duhamel in regards to the gesture he made about Fergie's performance during the last All-Star game.

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Josh Duhamel who is Fergie's ex-husband made headlines last week when he criticized Draymond Green. Josh wasn't very fond of Green's reaction during Fergie's performance of the national anthem.

When he was interviewed by Kristine Leahy for the show Fair game Duhamel said that a "real man" would offer an apology to Fergie for publicly laughing during the national anthem.

You can argue that Draymond Green's reaction was perhaps a bit rude, however, her performance was noted as one of the worst people have ever seen and there were a lot of negative comments made about it across all social media channels.

Either way, it's obvious Golden State Warriors and Draymond Green don't care about Duhamel's comments that much. They are off to another good start going 5-1 and it seems they are completely focused on getting that three-peat.

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